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Using JMP® to Discover the Drivers of Grant/Award Success Rate in an Academic Research Institution

 Using JMP® to Discover the Drivers of Grant/Award Success Rate in an Academic Research Institution

 

Joanna Downer, Director of Research Development; Rossi Evans, Assistant Dean; Billy Newton, Vice Dean; Ellen McCarthy Steinour, Associate Dean, Finance and Resource Planning, Duke University School of Medicine; Annie Zangi, Research Statistician, JMP Division, SAS

At the Duke University School of Medicine, federal grant funding from the National Institute of Health (NIH) accounts for approximately 60% of revenue for research activities, making the process of securing federal dollars vital to current and future operations and to strategic investments. Duke School of Medicine has consistently ranked among the top 10 academic institutions receiving federal grant and contract funding for over 10 years. However, widespread concerns of tighter NIH funding (Figs. 1, 2), federal budget cuts, and slower than expected economic recovery has precipitated need for deeper understanding of factors affecting faculty members’ success in obtaining federal awards.

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